Jorma Kaukonen's second solo album was released the year after Hot Tuna broke up and therefore represents his first major statement as a solo artist after nearly 15 years of group work. It was a real solo album, too, featuring Kaukonen alone on various overdubbed guitars, and the music contained his usual mix of folk and blues themes. But it was a big comedown from Quah, the acoustic solo album he'd made during Hot Tuna's tenure, and not even as good as some of Kaukonen's work with Tuna, the band he'd left to make it.
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AllMusic Review by William Ruhlmann